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Serena Williams Withdraws From Indian Wells

Just as I thought this is going to be a power packed tournament in the men’s and women’s division, I get to know that former years finalist Milos Raonic and now the world number 1 top seed Serena Williams pulls out. She had to withdraw because of problems in her knee and in my opinion is eyeing the French open grand slam rather than playing Indi...
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Next in line: The BNP Paribas Open/Indian Wells

The next big tournament lined up is the BNP Paribas Open, the first of the nine ATP 1000 tournaments in Indian Wells, the event is known some sort as the start of the season after the Australian Open, Dubai and Mexican Open. It’s been voted as a top notch event and this year won’t be any different; as it hosts tennis’ elite. As a fan of the b...
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Andy Murray Wins Big in Dubai

World number 1 and Britain’s top player, Andy Murray won his first ever Dubai Open Tennis Championship, defeating Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 6-2 in a one sided match. Andy was in fine form and was in control from the start, he broke serve and won around eighty percent of his first serve points. The Scot won his 45th title but started o...
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Tennis 360 Degrees

After the dream match at the Australian Open Final between Roger and Rafa, things have now picked up pace. The road to the French Open has begun with players playing in Dubai at the Dubai Open or in Acapulco, Mexico. The Swiss ace and 18 grand slam winner Roger Federer got shocked in Dubai when he got defeated by number 116 seed, Evgeny Donskoy,...
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A New Beginning for Rafa

Rafael Nadal is in good form these days after a couple of years of injuries and bad form, it seems he’s back to his best. You may say well he lost to Roger in the final but he did play well and it just wasn’t his night. But just after the Australian Open final, reports were coming out that there may be a change of personnel in Rafa’s camp as his...
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Federer Stunned in Dubai

Roger Federer known by some as the greatest of all time, even more after his recent victory at the Australian Open just got a surprise shock in Dubai, when he lost to Evegeny Donskoy, 3-6, 7-6(7), 7-6(5) in the second round. Federer started well in the second set tiebreaker and held three points but then blew it away. Federer said that he did...